Live concert in the ReachArts Gallery
Krista Baroni is an American singer-songwriter born and raised in the quiet Massachusetts suburbs, who has recently found a new home along the beautiful Connecticut shoreline.
- Doors open at 7
- Meet the artist after the show
- Tickets: $12 ($15 at the door)
An artist with two full length, independently released albums under her belt, Krista released her sophomore album The Alabaster Girl, to critical praise and national recognition.
To create the Laurel Canyon singer-songwriters of the ‘70s inspired sound she was looking for, the songwriter turned to producer and owner of Dirt Floor Recording, Eric Lichter.
Tucked away in the woods of Connecticut, (in a space with a 'Big Pink' or 'Shangri La' studio vibe) the kindred spirits quickly got down to business and started recording what would become the raw, vulnerable, and painfully personal ten-track record.
Howling electric guitar solos and melancholy Mellotron (performed by Eric Lichter) are a few of the prominent sounds that color the album with their vintage tones, while still allowing the songwriters delicate acoustic guitar, emotive vocals and poetic lyrics to take center stage.
Victor Infante of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette called it “the most beautiful album I've heard in a long time." And Boston blog Red Line Roots said "Warm textures, great songwriting, and a timeless quality define Baroni’s latest effort. This record just scratches the surface of how deep this songwriter’s talent runs."
A seasoned touring professional; Krista has performed extensively throughout the Northeast and Southeast U.S and concluded her first European tour in May of 2016. She has supported many notable acts over the years, including; Mark Erreli, Scott Sharrard, Dala, Ari Hest, Heather Maloney, Willy Mason, John Gorka, and others.
These days Krista is keeping a low profile living a quiet life with her husband, two rescue cats, and rescue goldfish in their fixer-upper house in New London county. She is currently working on writing new songs for an eventual full length album.